Artist Ros Johnson explores recent collaborative experiences driving her practice, confidence and creative life.
No video for YouTube upload available.
VIEW SIMILAR PRESENTATIONS
Titles Are Hard, and Other Lessons from Jazz on Creativity, Collaboration, and Community
BY MATT ERION
@ VOL 6
ON FEB 16, 2017
Jazz composer Matt Erion shares inspirations and lessons gleaned from years in the musical trenches. This presentation is not exactly about music but is intended to inspire people of all walks of life to discover their passions and be bold in the pursuit of their vision.
Jamie Muston in collaboration with Zac Grant - Representation of Albinism in Media
BY JAMIE MUSTON
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 06, 2018
Jamie is a creative student and performer. She will be speaking about her friend Zac, who is here tonight, and issues he faces in media.
Unintended Consequences: Photographs, People and Places
BY LUCY TUCKER
@ VOL 16
ON OCT 17, 2018
Lucy Tucker talks about finding the unexpected beauty in people, photographs and places.
MATERIALS: LOCAL A Canterbury Paint Box
BY TATYANNA MEHARRY
@ VOL 38
ON NOV 08, 2018
Tatyanna Meharry is an artist, potter and ceramics teacher. Practicing ceramics in a mindful manner with resources that are not renewable is a challenge for any potter and Tatyanna creates her work with this in mind. Firmly believing in the tradition of making objects with their own unique functions that are treasure not trash. In this PechaKucha talk Tatyanna will talk about her journey through the Canterbury landscape collecting and sampling local materials which she uses to create a unique paintbox of colour and texture that grounds her forms integrally in the local landscape.
Path To Free Creativity
BY ALEXANDER INCHBALD
@ VOL 8
ON MAR 14, 2019
When Alexander was 16, his dad told him that he would never make money as a professional artist. This was both the worst and best moment in his life: the worst, because he descended into depression for close on ten years; the best, because if he hadn’t gone that low, he wouldn’t know how to get this high and help others free their creativity.